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Information in forms will be used for international data base so the English
language is necessary for filling in. It is preferred e-mail to communicate
with SANET-LIR. If we ask for a written copy with a stamp and signature,
it will be mentioned in the form. Information will be used for computer
data base thatīs why we will appreciate if you send the filled forms in
digital media (e-mail, 3,5" diskette - far, DOS). A process of your
application will take shorter time.

FILL IN THE FORMS WITHOUT DIACRITICISM AND SEND THEM AS AN ORDINARY TEXT !!!
(FORMAT OF A TYPE .DOC, .RTF, .PDF etc. WILL BE SENT BACK TO YOU AND
WE WILL CLAIM FOR AN ORDINARY TEXT). WARNING: SANET-LIR allocates IP addresses only for networks which will be connected with the SANET network. Users of other network must contact an organisation which will provide them with allocation (allocation provider). --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Form A 2002/06/01 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- The form for registration of IP address: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- The uniqueness of allocated IP address is ensured by the central records of the network and persons responsible for them. In Europe the allocation of the IP address is coordinated by RIPE (Reseaux IP Europeens) RIPE NCC (Network Coordination Center) gives off responsibility for address allocation to operators of the network and local registrars. SANET - LIR is responsible for allocation of the IP address in the SANET network.. It works at a node ?. 10-VS FEI STU Bratislava. For the address allocation it is necessary to fill in the following form (study the form carefully together with explaining information and enclosed example or the request will be send back to you in case the form is filled in incorrectly. Allocation of the IP addresses will take a longer time. Send possible misunderstanding to our address hostmaster@ba.sanet.sk) I. General information #[OVERVIEW OF ORGANIZATION TEMPLATE]# #[USER TEMPLATE]# name: organisation: country: phone: fax-no: e-mail: #[CURRENT ADDRESS SPACE USAGE TEMPLATE]# Addresses Used Prefix Subnet Mask Size Current 1-yr 2-yr Description . . . . . II. The Request #[REQUEST OVERVIEW TEMPLATE]# request-size: addresses-immediate: addresses-year-1: addresses-year-2: subnets-immediate: subnets-year-1: subnets-year-2: inet-connect: country-net: private-considered: request-refused: PI-requested: address-space-returned: #[SANET INFO TEMPLATE]# inet-nod: inet-date: inet-con: org-typ: provider: ip-prov: #[ADDRESSING PLAN TEMPLATE]# Relative Addresses Used Prefix# Subnet Mask Size Immediate 1yr 2yr Description . . . . . III. Database Information #[NETWORK TEMPLATE]# inetnum: netname: descr: descr: country: admin-c: tech-c: status: changed: source: RIPE #[PERSON TEMPLATE]# person: address: address: address: e-mail: phone: fax-no: nic-hdl: changed: source: RIPE #[TEMPLATES END]# IV. Optional Information: I confirm that the information above are correct and I agree with the following: 1. the address may be exchanged if it is necessary for routing 2. Iīll purge the allocated address in case of a change of allocated provider in to Internet, in case of abolishment of the allocation in to SANET or in case I do not allocate in to SANET 3. Iīll inform SANET-LIR about address purge (because of the change of allocation provider in to Internet or because of not using it) on one of the addresses stated in this document within 1 month at the latest. signatura and stamp Send the filled form to the address: SANET - uzol c.10 Vypoctove stredisko FEI STU Ilkovicova 3 812 19 Bratislava or fax: 02/6542-9400 or E-mailom: hostmaster@ba.sanet.sk Note: Send this form in a printed and signed shape as well as digital shape --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enclosures 2002/06/01 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Description of individual items in the form --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I. General information #[OVERVIEW OF ORGANIZATION TEMPLATE]# In this part, give information about your organization, its organization structure, in which part of the organization required IP addresses will be used and in what way allocated addresses will be distributed in terms of organization. #[USER TEMPLATE]# In this part, state contact information of the person or organization that will use required IP addresses. name: the name and surname of the contact person (no titles) from the organization who will use allocated IP address Format: Name Surname Example: name: Milos Koprla Obligatory organisation: the whole name of the organization which will use allocated IP addresses Format: free text Example: organisation: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Slovak Technical University Obligatory country: the userīs country Format: ISO3166 country code (2 symbols) - SK for Slovakia Example: country: SK Obligatory phone: the userīs telephone number to be contacted There may be more lines in wanted order Format: +<country code> <prefix number> <phone number> If you have a central one with an operator, state "ext." and a number of the line Example: phone: +421 7 60291522 phone: +421 7 60291111 ext. 522 Obligatory fax-no: the userīs fax number to be contacted Format: +<country code> <prefix number> <fax number> Example: fax-no: +421 7 65429400 Optional e-mail: the userīs e-mail to be contacted Format: A valid domain address (without !,%,:: if possible) Example: e-mail: koprla@elf.stuba.sk Obligatory #[CURRENT ADDRESS SPACE USAGE TEMPLATE]# in the following chart, state the information about allocated IP addresses for your organisation in past, how they are devided into subnets, how many network interfaces are connected in present and expected number of connected ones within a year, within two years and a brief description of the subnet.. Addresses Used Prefix Subnet Mask Size Current 1-yr 2-yr Description . . . . . II. The Request #[REQUEST OVERVIEW TEMPLATE]# request-size: The whole number of requested addresses Format: number Example: addresses-immediate: 23 Obligatory addresses-immediate: The whole number of computers in the network now Format: number Example: addresses-immediate: 23 Obligatory addresses-year-1: Approximate number of the computers in the network within 1 year look addresses-immediate addresses-year-2: Approximate number of the computers in the network within 2 years look addresses-immediate subnets-immediate: The whole number of subnets in the network now Format: number Example: subnets-immediate: 2 Obligatory sub-1: Approximate number of the computers in the network within 1 year look subnets-immediate sub-2: Approximate number of the computers in the network within 2 years look subnets-immediate inet-connect: To inform whether the organisation is planning to connect to Internet Format: Will never connect or Already connected through or Plan to connect Example: Plan to connect 199806 SANET Obligatory country-net: A country where the network is placed Format: ISO3166 country code ( 2 symbols ) - SK for Slovakia Example: country-net: SK Obligatory private-considered: To inform whether the address usage was considered for the private networks (more information in document RFC - 1918) Format: Yes alebo No Example: private-considered: Yes Obligatory request-refused: To inform whether the request for allocation of the IP addresses was refused in past. If yes, state the name of the provider and reason of refusing. Format: No or <provider><pricina> Example: request-refused: No Obligatory PI-requested: To inform whether the requested addresses are independent from provider. Format: Yes alebo No Example: PI-requested: No Obligatory address-space-returned: To inform whether the user will return some IP addresses and if yes, to whom and when. Format: No alebo <x.x.x.x - x.x.x.x> to <provider> before <yymmdd> Example: address-space-returned: 194.160.0.0 - 194.160.1.255 to SANET before 980701 Obligatory #[SANET INFO TEMPLATE]# inet-nod: A node in which you will be connected 10 - STU FEI Bratislava 11 - STU CVT Bratislava 12 - SAV VS Bratislava 20 - UMB, UAKOM Banska Bystrica 25 - Voj. akademia Lipt. Mikulas 30 - TU UVT Kosice 31 - UPJS UVT Kosice 40 - VSP Nitra 45 - VSDS FR, Detas. pracovisko Prievidza 50 - VSDS UVT Zilina 60 - TU UVT Zvolen 70 - UPJS, Pedagog fakulta Presov 80 - Gymnazium Martin 90 - STU MTF Trnava 95 - SAV Astron.ustav Tatr. Lomnica 00 - iny (prosim specifikujte) Format: one of the numbers 10, 11, 12, 20, 25, 30, 31, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 95, 00. Example: inet-nod: 10 Obligatory inet-date: Expected date of connection Format: YYYYMM (YYYY - year, MM - month) or CONNECTED Example: inet-date: 199610 Obligatory inet-con: Type of connection a- E-mail only b- interactive connection (dial-up IP) of one or more computers independently c- interactive connection (dial-up IP) of local net d- connection by fixed line e- it will be never connected f- other (please specify) Format: one of the letters a, b, c, d, e, f Example: inet-con: d Obligatory org-typ: Type of organisation a- academic b- governmental c- non - profit - making non - governmental d- commercial research, development e- commercial Format: jedno z pismen a, b, c, d, e. Example: org-typ: a Obligatory provider: Who will provides you with IP connection a- CESNET b- EUnet c- SANET d- other (please specify) e- we donīt know, we donīt speculate Format: one of the letters a, b, c, d, e Example: provider: a Obligatory ip-prov: Will you provide other organisations with IP services ? Format: Yes or No Example: ip-prov: No Obligatory #[ADDRESSING PLAN TEMPLATE]# Relative Addresses Used Prefix# Subnet Mask Size Immediate 1yr 2yr Description . . . . . This item is for allocation of the optimum number of IP addresses for your network. Fill it in only for physically separate segments (by router). In the example enclosed, there are networks stated in descending order in the chart according to a size of the block what serves for the optimum splitting of the requested address space. Relative prefix: a relative position in allocated block of addresses begins with network 0.0.0.0 and every other subnet is stated by the size Size of actual block - optional (stated by SANET-LIR) Subnet mask: netmask of each entry - optional (stated by SANET-LIR) Size: the size of each segment which is dependent on maximal number of computers in certain segment must be power of 2 - obligatory Addresses used: the number of computers /network cards-computers, routers, ...) used at certain segment in time of allocation requirement (Immediate), planned number during 1 year (1yr) & during 2 years (2yr) - obligatory Description: a brief description of network specification - obligatory III. Database Information #[NETWORK TEMPLATE]# inetnum: Allocated IP address space, filled in by SANET-LIR netname: official name of the network Format: only capital letters, numbers and "-", the first symbol must be a letter Example: netname: SANET-SK-II Obligatory, the uniqueness of the name will be checked descr: Description of the network The name of organisation & place A postal address is not necessary, it is registrated at contact persons. Format: free text, more lines are possible Example: descr: SANET descr: Slovak Technical University descr: Faculty of Electrical Engineering descr: Bratislava Obligatory country: a country where the network is placed Format: ISO 3166 country code /2 symbols/- Sk for Slovakia Example: country: SK Obligatory admin-c: administrative contact. It solves administrative registration and operating problems of the network. Registration of the person correspond to the item. Format: NIC-handle (if exists) or name surname Example: admin-c: Emil Barta Obligatory, it can be repeated tech-c: the name of technical contact. It solves technical problems while operating network (e. g. routing). look admin-c status: Specify whether the requested IP adresses are independent from the provider. Format: only "ASSIGNED PA" or "ASSIGNED PI" is filled in Example: status: ASSIGNED PA Obligatory source: RIPE Obligatory #[PERSON TEMPLATE]# person: the full name which must correspond with the name of administrative or technical contact Format: meno priezvisko Example: person: Emil Barta address: a postal address Format: more lines of a free text a town and a zip code to a separate line a country to the last line Example: address: Vypoctove stredisko FEI STU address: Ilkovicova 3 address: Bratislava address: 812 19 address: Slovakia Obligatory e-mail: E-mail address Format: a valid domain address (without !, %, ::, if possible) Example: e-mail: emil@elf.stuba.sk phone: Telephone More lines are possible in wanted order Format: +<country code> <prefix number> <phone number> If you have a central one with an operator, state "ext." and a number of the line Example: phone: +421 7 60291575 phone: +421 7 60291111 ext. 575 Obligatory, it may be repeated fax-no: Telefax look Telephone nic-hdl: NIC handle. If you have a data base record, state it. Format: NIC format Exmaple: nic-hd: EB113-RIPE Optional source: RIPE Obligatory #[TEMPLATES END]# IV. Optional Information: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- An example of the completed form: I. General information #[OVERVIEW OF ORGANIZATION TEMPLATE]# We are regional travel agency. We would like to connect to the Internet for better possibility to communicate with our business partners. Our LAN will be connected via SANET ISP. Addresses will be distributed by our local network administrator. #[USER TEMPLATE]# name: Lambert Neky organisation: Slovak Tourist Board country: SK phone: +421 88 742860 e-mail: neky@sacr.sk #[CURRENT ADDRESS SPACE USAGE TEMPLATE]# Addresses Used Prefix Subnet Mask Size Current 1-yr 2-yr Description II. The Request #[REQUEST OVERVIEW TEMPLATE]# request-size: 256 addresses-immediate: 87 addresses-year-1: 120 addresses-year-2: 160 subnets-immediate: 1 subnets-year-1: 1 subnets-year-2: 1 inet-connect: Already connected throuugh SANET country-net: SK private-considered: yes request-refused: no PI-requested: no address-space-returned: no #[SANET INFO TEMPLATE]# inet-nod: 20 inet-date: 199709 inet-con: d org-typ: e provider: c ip-prov: No #[ADDRESSING PLAN TEMPLATE]# Relative Addresses Used Prefix# Subnet Mask Size Immediate 1yr 2yr Description 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 256 87 120 160 Servers and Offices III. Database Information #[NETWORK TEMPLATE]# inetnum: netname: TOURIST-SK descr: Slovak Tourist Board descr: Banska Bystrica country: SK admin-c: LN247-RIPE tech-c: BL232-RIPE changed: source: RIPE #[PERSON TEMPLATE]# person: Lambert Neky address: Slovenska agentura pre cestovny ruch address: Namestie Slobody 2 address: Banska Bystrica address: 974 00 address: Slovakia phone: +421 88 742860 e-mail: neky@sacr.sk nic-hdl: LN247-RIPE changed: source: RIPE person: Beata Lukacova address: Slovenska agentura pre cestovny ruch address: Namestie Slobody 2 address: Banska Bystrica address: 974 00 address: Slovakia phone: +421 88 742860 e-mail: lukac@sacr.sk nic-hdl: BL232-RIPE changed: source: RIPE #[TEMPLATES END]# IV. Optional Information:
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